Preserving by Pat Crocker

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The recipes include all the basics, from strawberry jam to dilly beans to marmalade to tomato sauce.
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Pat Crocker, the multiple award-winning creator of the Riversong Herbal Handbook series, shows us how we can enjoy fresh seasonal produce all year long by Preserving. Already a bestseller in Canada, this beautifully photographed cookbook and resource guide is filled with comprehensive instructions for canning and freezing, and more than 200 recipes for delicious pickles, chutneys, jams, sauces, curds, relishes, and much more.
 

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Pat Crocker is the author of the award winning "Healing Herbs Cookbook" (Robert Rose). She is a culinary herbalist and professional home economist with more than 25 years experience. Past president of an herbalist association, she brings her passion about herbs to many newspaper and magazine articles as well as lecture events. Susan Eagles is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists and is a qualified herbalist. She offers workshops on various topics regarding health concerns. Pat Crocker is the author of the award winning Healing Herbs Cookbook (Robert Rose). She is a culinary herbalist and professional home economist with more than 25 years experience. Past president of an herbalist association, she brings her passion about herbs to many newspaper and magazine articles as well as lecture events. Susan Eagles is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists and is a qualified herbalist. She offers workshops on various topics regarding health concerns.
 
Published January 2, 2013 by William Morrow Cookbooks. 552 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction
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Globe and Mail

Excellent
Reviewed by LUCY WAVERMAN on Sep 06 2012

...Crocker’s grasp of these concepts, and the ability to both explain and photograph the process as you would experience it in a home kitchen, make Preserving a must for the modern canner.

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Austin Chronicle

Excellent
Reviewed by KENNY PAILES on Sep 11 2012

...beginner-level canners will find comfort in the step-by-step guides and photos that open the book, as much as veteran jar-sealers will find inspiration in unique recipes l...

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Huffington Post

Excellent
Reviewed by The Huffington Post Canada on Aug 02 2012

Home canning and preserving is a time-honoured practice that many people will be trying for the first time in the months to come...

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Cookbook Man

Good
Reviewed by http://www.cookbookman.com/about/ on Jul 31 2012

f you want to learn how to can like a pro you’ll only need one book. This one. You could probably toss the others out and not miss them much.

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Good
Reviewed by SarahBHood on Mar 22 2012

The recipes include all the basics, from strawberry jam to dilly beans to marmalade to tomato sauce.

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